May 30 (Reuters) - Gold prices bounced back from their lowest level in more than two months on Tuesday as the dollar backtracked from highs, while lingering concerns over U.S. debt ceiling negotiations has kept investors on edge and rekindled demand for safe-haven bullion.

Spot gold rose 0.6% to $1,954.79 per ounce by 1045 GMT after hitting its lowest since March 17. U.S. gold futures were up 0.49% to $1,954.00...[LINK]